Terrorism & Conflict – Thematic Research

There is very little that travel and tourism companies can do to prepare for the threats of terrorism & conflict beyond increasing security. This thematic research report takes an in-depth look at the theme of Terrorism & Conflict and the impact it has on the industry, its players, and also on tourists.


This report provides an overview of one of the hot tourism trends of the moment, terrorism & conflict.

It clearly defines and explains the various faces of terrorism & conflict.

This report provides a detailed assessment of the impact terrorism and conflict has on the tourism sector and provides several case studies that clearly illustrate this.

It provides an insight into what companies and DMOs are doing to tackle the issue.

It looks at how some tourism players are benefitting from forms of dark tourism associated with terrorism and conflict.

Reasons to buy

Understand what is meant by terrorism & conflict in this context and assess its impact on the tourism sector.

Look at which countries are most affected by the issue.

Assess the strategies that companies and governments are adopting to tap combat the issue and attract travelers to their destinations.

View real-world case studies from across the travel & tourism sector.

Companies mentioned

Airbnb, Carnival Corporation, Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts, Ctrip, Dusit Thani, G Adventures, Indian Hotels Company Limited, Koryo Travel, Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts, STA Travel, Travco, TripAdvisor, Young Pioneer Tours

Table of Contents



Trends contributing to terrorism & conflict

Negative trends as a result of terrorism & conflict

Positive trends that can be taken from terrorism & conflict

Case studies

Sri Lanka Easter Sunday attack

P&O Cruises cancel Dubai itinerates

Palestinian Airlines

Kenya Terrorism


Impact of terrorism & conflict on the travel and tourism industry

Recommendations for travel and tourism companies


Publicly traded companie

Private companies




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